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A reading corner next to the business section of Old Firehouse Books in Fort Collins Sept. 15.
News
Celebrate reading freedom, Banned Book Week at Poudre Libraries
Dominique Lopez, Opinion Director • September 28, 2023

"Let freedom read," promotional posters for Banned Books Week read. Beginning next week, the Poudre River Public Library District will be hosting...

(Graphic Illustration by Malia Berry | The Collegian)
Man wanted in Fort Collins for indecent exposure

The collaboration between the Fort Collins Police Services and the Loveland Police Department has taken a critical turn as they intensify their...

CSU hosts visit as final step in 10-year accreditation cycle
CSU hosts visit as final step in 10-year accreditation cycle

On Sept. 18 and 19, Colorado State University hosted a series of events as part of an on-site campus visit from the Higher Learning Commission...

Graphic Illustration by Katrina Clasen | The Collegian
This week in ASCSU: Accessibility Caucus, senate bylaws

The Associated Students of Colorado State University convened Sept. 20 for the fifth session of the 53rd senate. To begin the session, Director...

Mosquito transmitting a vector-borne disease.
West Nile virus continues to loom even as temperatures drop

As the end of summer approaches and fewer bugs are visible, remain vigilant, and keep the bug spray close by, as the risk of West Nile virus...

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Indians walk in a local market in New Delhi Jan. 13.
Life and Culture
Semester at Sea: To be a student of the world
Samantha Nordstrom, Photographer • September 28, 2023

The brisk, chilly wind whips my exposed face as I step outside on the ninth deck of the MV World Odyssey in January. The Indian Ocean, with...

Courtesy of Kate Sherman
Life and Culture
Growing Food Security Project supports student food needs
Adam Carlson • September 27, 2023

Colorado State University's roots as an agricultural and land-grant school manifest in many ways. Be it CSU’s agricultural science programs,...

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Strain Review: Ease your mind with Durban Kush wax
Cannabis
Strain Review: Ease your mind with Durban Kush wax
Miles Buchan, Staff Reporter • May 4, 2023

We are hurtling toward the finish line with less than two weeks left in the academic year, and the burnout rate is accelerating. With everything...

Because I got high: A camping miracle, movie trip, golf steroids
Cannabis
Because I got high: A camping miracle, movie trip, golf steroids
Guest Author • May 4, 2023

Editor’s Note: “Because I Got High” content consists of community story submissions and does not represent the views of The Collegian...

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Colorado State University defensive back Henry Blackburn (11) has been the target of many death threats after his hit against Travis Hunter Sept. 16.
Opinion
Lopez: Stop normalizing death threats against athletes
Dominique Lopez, Opinion Director • September 28, 2023
Over the past few weeks, the Colorado State University football team has been receiving a lot of media attention after The Rocky Mountain Showdown, specifically in regard to the death threats being made against Henry Blackburn. Every story about it seems to be discussing the death threats as though it is just a normal issue.
Seriously: 5 fresh word names for your baby Ram
Opinion
Seriously: 5 fresh word names for your baby Ram
Adah McMillan, Copy Chief • September 27, 2023
“What's in a name?” William Shakespeare famously wrote. “That which we call a rose, by any other word would smell as sweet.” This is a pretty statement, but we all know nobody actually believes that. Shakespeare probably just felt crappy about having a name as boring as William.
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Why Online Education is a Game-Changer for Nurses

Online education has revolutionized the way nurses acquire knowledge and skills by providing them...

Colorado State University Womens Soccer forward Olivia Fout (18) dribbles the ball during a match against University of Las Vegas Sept. 24. CSU tied with UNLV with a final score of 1-1.
Sports
Olivia Fout rediscovers love for soccer at CSU
Emma Askren, Sports Editor • September 28, 2023

While all of the more popular sports attract larger crowds with fewer winning results, the Colorado State soccer team is the opposite. The...

Thomas Leachman (16) of Coloradao State University Mens Rugby tackles a Colorado Boulder player during a match between CSU and CU Sept. 17
Sports
Rams men's rugby balances teamwork, team bonding
Emma Askren, Sports Editor • September 28, 2023

The Rocky Mountain Showdown isn't just a competition for Colorado State's Division I sports. Of the 30 club sport teams at CSU, several of them...

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Bottoms is a satirical refresh on the coming-of-age story
Arts and Entertainment
'Bottoms' is a satirical refresh on the coming-of-age story
Hailee Stegall, Staff Reporter • September 27, 2023

Perhaps the most well-known storyline in American film culture is that of the high school coming-of-age movie. The age-old tale of jocks versus...

Raspberry scones with sweet glaze: The perfect sweet treat
Arts and Entertainment
Raspberry scones with sweet glaze: The perfect sweet treat
Abby Flores, Staff Reporter • September 25, 2023

As the Colorado fall weather begins to pick up, store-bought goods just don’t cut it anymore. Something freshly baked is the way to go for...

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Advancing Your Nursing Career: BSN to MSN Nursing Programs
September 25, 2023

As healthcare continues to evolve, so do the opportunities for nurses to advance their careers and make a more significant impact on patient...

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